This is the new Valencia away kit 2018/19, VCF’s new alternate strip for the upcoming La Liga season. The new VCF change shirt was officially unveiled on May 20, 2018, ahead of Los Che’s clash at the Mestalla against Deportivo La Coruna. The club, playing in the new kit, won that game 2-1 thanks to goals from Zaza and Guedes. They’ve also qualified for the Champions League next season after finishing fourth in La Liga.
The new away kit, based on an oft seen Adidas template, has Blu as its principal shirt sponsor and BeIn on the back, with Alfa Romeo appearing on the shorts, Continue reading
This is the new Barcelona kit 18/19, Spanish champions FC Barcelona’s new home strip for the upcoming La Liga season. Made by Nike, the new Barca top was officially unveiled on May 19, 2018 at the Olympic swimming pool in Montjuic (kit dropped in by a drone) and will be worn by the Catalan giants for their fixture this weekend against Real Sociedad- also legendary midfielder Andres Iniesta’s last game for the club.
The new home shirt features ten Blaugrana stripes, each of the same width, to represent the 10 districts (Ciutat Vella, Eixample, Sants/Montjuic, Les Corts, Sarria-Sant Gervasi, Gracia, Horta-Guirnardo, Nou Barris, Sant Andreu and Sant Marti). Also present is Senyera detailing, as can be seen in the pics below.
The socks contain four horizontal red hoops. Rakuten remain principal sponsors of this Barca jersey. Continue reading
This is the new Deportivo La Coruna third kit 2018/19, RC Deportivo’s new third shirt for the upcoming Spanish second division season. Made by Macron, the new Depor third jersey was officially unveiled on May 17, 2018 (Galician Literature Day)
The shirt features this date (May 17) on the back as well the Galician anthem on the front. Deportivo are based in A Coruna in the autonomous community of Galicia.
Deportivo will be dropping down to the second tier this season along with Malaga and Las Palmas, their third relegation in 7 years from La Liga Continue reading
This is the new Real Madrid icon top 2018, a special edition retro football shirt created by Adidas for Spanish giants Real Madrid. The blue and white jersey uses the club’s core colours. With 33 domestic league titles and 12 European Cup titles, Real are record holders, both in Spain and continentally.
French striker Karim Benzema is here seen modelling the new Real Madrid icon jersey, which was officially unveiled on March 1, 2018. Adidas are expected to come up with similar releases for their other clubs (notably Manchester United and Juventus) in the near future. Continue reading
Spanish Segunda Division side CA Osasuna have announced Euskaltel as their new principal kit sponsor. The Spanish telecommunications company will appear on the front of the Osasuna jersey for the rest of the 2017/18 season.
The club also unveiled a special kit for gender equality and to celebrate International Womens’ Day (May 8). The blue and pink strip, carrying the message “He for She”, will be worn this weekend when Osasuna take on Cadiz. The Euskaltel sponsored uniforms are therefore expected to be first seen in action later this month against Albacete.
Osasuna were relegated from La Liga at the end of the 2016/17 season along with Gijon and Granada. They’re currently 8th in the Segunda Division, twelve behind leaders Huesca Continue reading
This is the new Real Madrid third kit 2017/18, Spanish giants Real Madrid’s new second alternate strip for the upcoming La Liga season. Made by Adidas, the kit has been designed by Blancos fan Jesus Serrano, who got to meet his idols in Los Angeles at the uniform launch.
Serrano’s inspiration for this kit was Real’s third strip from the 1996/97 season (white with two purple parts) Continue reading
These are the new Sevilla kits 2017/18, Sevilla FC’s new home, away and third tops for the upcoming La Liga season. The Andalusian outfit’s new uniforms have been made by New Balance Continue reading
These are the new Athletic Bilbao shirts 2017/18, Athletic Club’s new home, away and third kits for the 17/18 La Liga season. The first to be made for the club by new kit partner New Balance, the Bilbao tops were officially unveiled on 3 July, 2017.
New Balance replace Nike, who began outfitting Athletic back in 2013. NB’s deal, till the end of the 2022/23 season, is reportedly worth 3.5 million euros per season.
The home kit retains the club’s traditional red and white colours, with the away being a black. The third, a blue and white creation from the NB stable, is a nod to the team that won Athletic’s first Copa title back in 1903.
Athletic finished 7th in the 2016/17 La Liga season, doing just enough to secure a spot in the Europa League for 2017/18.